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N(6.84, 1.55)1. Add appropriate scaling on the horizontal axis.2. What proportion (percent) of the scores fall below 5.29? Shade the area below.

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N(6.84, 1.55)
1. Add appropriate scaling on the horizontal axis.
2. What proportion (percent) of the scores fall below 5.29? Shade the area below.
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N(6.84, 1.55) 1. Add appropriate scaling on the horizontal axis. 2. What proportion (percent) of the scores fall below 5.29? Shade the area below.

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A normal distribution is given with mean µ = 6.84 and standard deviation σ = 1.55.

Empirical Rule:

If a population has bell shaped distribution with mean µ and standard deviation σ ;

  • Approximately 68% of the observations lie between µ - σ and µ + σ.
  • Approximately 95% of the observations lie between µ - 2σ and µ + 2σ.
  • Approximately all of the observations lie between µ - 3σ and µ + 3σ.
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Normal distribution is a bell shaped distribution. Here using the empirical rule, the three limits for the distribution are,

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